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healthcare worker

Home care could be your next step as a healthcare worker

We understand that there are individuals that have no healthcare experience and are highly passionate about providing care, and also healthcare workers that may have experience of working in care homes or nursing homes that may want a new challenge to work as a home care carer. Working with service users in the comfort of ...
Complex care in a home care environment

Success Story: Ava our little superstar, receiving quality care and support from our amazing healthcare team.

Complex care in a home care environment: Ava’s success story Check out our short video to discover how our healthcare team have supported Ava, our little superstar in a home care environment, around her loved ones. If you or your loved ones are seeking extra care and support, flexible around individual needs, then check out ...
nursing agency

Top tips to speed up your application process with a nursing agency

Joining a nursing agency is a great way to earn extra money, compared to working directly for the NHS. As a Healthcare agency jobs provider, we reward our healthcare staff with higher salaries and more flexible shifts to work within different environments such as hospitals, care homes and for home care. Below we will highlight ...
A&E Nurse

What does an A&E Nurse do?

As a leading healthcare agency, we are aware that within the UK, there has been a high demand for registered general nurses, with the COVID-19 pandemic and an increased ageing population, the need for registered general nurses has increased massively. This has resulted in nursing agencies to fill this demand. Although there is a lot ...
Nurses

The top five tips for Nurses working 12hr shifts

Generally, majority of registered general nurse roles require you to work 12hr shifts to ensure the best care and support can be provided and the prospect of this can be quite daunting. Although caring and providing support for patients is the main priority, it is also important to take time to look after yourself. As ...
registered general nurse

The top five qualities of a registered general nurse

In the UK there is a high demand for registered general nurses, as over the years there has been staff shortages and the government has not heavily invested in this area, we live in an ageing population and with the COVID-19 pandemic the need for registered nurses has increased massively. This has resulted in nursing ...
benefits of joining a nursing

The five main benefits of joining a nursing agency

In the UK there is over 669,854 registered Nurses in the UK and the government has plans to recruit over 50,000 Nurses by 2025, click here to find out more. With an ageing population and the Covid 19 pandemic, there has been an increased need for healthcare workers. With an increased demand for Nurses, there ...
mental health nurse

What is a Mental Health Nurse?

There is so many mental health and mental health disorders within the UK. Around one in four people experience mental health problems in England each year. Mental wellbeing is something we should never take for granted. Companies and people are now understanding that there is a need to better understand mental health. According to the ...
Paediatric nurse

Is a Paediatric Nurse role suitable for you?

In this modern day, there is always a demand to work within the healthcare sector. With the Covid 19 pandemic and ageing population, there has been an increased need for healthcare workers. The NHS and healthcare companies are the largest employers in the company, with over 1 million people just working in the NHS, and ...
Residential vs live care photo

Residential Care vs Live-In Care

For a loved one it can be difficult to decide whether to put your loved ones in care, however sometimes you have to make a difficult decision, as they are unable to look after themselves. With family members having busy lifestyles, it can be difficult to provide the best care and support to your loved ...
live-in care

How a Live-in carer can support you or a family member?

Individuals that have long term conditions or serious health conditions are more likely to benefit from live-in care. Serious conditions such as ventilation care, cancer care etc, are likely to make individuals feel weak and unable to do daily tasks, which are normally simple to do. Examples include, grocery shopping or getting around the house. ...
complex carer

Discover the main benefits of working in care

In the UK, as the age of the population increases, the population continues to rise by almost 10 million people in the UK over the next 25 years. With an ageing population, there is a continuous need for healthcare professionals. There are over 15.5 million people aged 60 and over, equivalent to 23% of the ...
Career

How a young person can start their career in care

Statistics reported by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) outline that young people aged 18-34 are most likely to apply to a care job, 64% and over half the people this age are open to changing their jobs to start a career in adult social care. At Secure Healthcare we understand that young ...
Supporting Young Adults What you need to know

Supporting young adults: what you need to know

As a young adult, you may require some extra support and assistance, while living more independently or it may be that your child is moving from children’s social care to adult’s social care. We are here to support you or your loved ones and provide care to young adults that require it, whether this is ...
home care services

The Benefits of Homecare

The United Kingdom Homecare association estimates that around 249 million hours of home care is delivered to individuals in the UK each year. 71% of people that require care and support, prefer to remain in their own home, as they age. We live in an ageing population and the number of individuals preferring home care ...
Home Care Nursing

Home Care Nursing Is One Of The UK’s Fastest Growing Jobs For 2020

In 2020, home care nursing was the second fastest growing job sector in the UK, with an increase of over 150%, according to data published by Indeed. 7 out of the top 10 fastest growing jobs are in the healthcare sector. Although there are nurse staffing shortages, and with the COVID 19 pandemic, there has ...
Healthcare Assistant

Would you make a good Healthcare Assistant?

Working as a healthcare assistant, the role is generally varied and can include working alongside Nurses in care homes, hospitals or within GP’s. If you are considering a career in care, then becoming an HCA could be the role for you to specialise. For a HCA role, there is no set requirements, however there is ...
Starting your career in care

Starting your career in care

Deciding whether to start or change your career to become a carer, can be a difficult decision to make, however if you are passionate about providing care and are seeking a rewarding and progressive opportunity in care, then starting your journey in care could be the role just for you. With a care job, the ...
Dementia care

How We Can Support Your Loved Ones With Dementia In A Home Care Environment.

Here at Secure Healthcare Solutions, we are aware that, Dementia care is a growing challenge, and the number of individuals with dementia continues to increase as the population ages and people live for longer. It is has become one of the most important health and care issues faced in the UK. Dementia is a range ...
complex carer

A Day In the life of a Complex Carer

Complex carers are a very important part of the front-line team to ensure quality care and support is provided to those that require it. Providing care and support to our service users requires a lot of hard work and is one of the most difficult occupations. We highly appreciate those that dedicate their lives to ...